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A sore lower back kept Edwin Encarnacion out of the lineup the past few days. And now, the Mariners’ best hitter will never make another appearance in it again.
A sore lower back kept Edwin Encarnacion out of the lineup the past few days. And now, the Mariners’ best hitter will never make another appearance in it again.

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Dee Gordon back with Mariners after missing 19 games

The Seattle Mariners have reinstated second baseman Dee Gordon from the injured list, following a 19-game absence because of a bruised right wrist. Gordon was hit by a pitch on May 9 in New York. He was batting .281 with 16 runs, 7 extra-base hits, 19 RBIs and 12 stolen bases in 45 games before he was hurt. The move was made before the Mariners began a three-game series at Minnesota. Right-handed reliever Matt Festa was sent to Triple-A Tacoma to make room on the roster.
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Tom Murphy’s unlikely journey from his couch to hard-hitting Mariners catcher

UPDATED: Mon., June 10, 2019, 11:35 p.m.

When Tom Murphy was acquired by the Mariners from the Giants on March 29, he revealed he’s a huge fan of “The Office” and was watching reruns at home when he found out he’d been traded. But Seattle got something more than just a player who has quality taste in TV; Murphy is a solid, right-handed hitting catcher with power who forms the perfect platoon tandem with left-handed hitting Omar Narvaez.